A Comparison of Neural-based Techniques Investigating Rotational Invariance for Upright People Detection in Low Resolution Imagery

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Green, Steven
Blumenstein, Michael
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Mehmet A. Orgun and John Thornton

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2007
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Gold Coast, Australia

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This paper describes a neural-based technique for detecting upright persons in low-resolution beach imagery in order to predict trends of tourist activities at beach sites. The proposed system uses a structural feature extraction technique to represent objects of interest for training a selection of neural classifiers. A number of neural-based classifiers are compared in this study and a direction-based feature extraction technique is investigated in conjunction with a rotationally invariant procedure for the purpose of beach object classification. Encouraging results are presented for person detection using video imagery collected from a beach site on the coast of Australia.

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AI 2007: Advances in Artificial intelligence : 20th Australian Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence : Gold Coast, Australia, December 2007 : Proceedings

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